Albion Investors is a private investment firm with offices in New York, NY and Chicago, IL. Since 1995 we have managed investments of client capital in private debt and equity.
Albion invests in traditional areas such as buy-outs,
recapitalizations and minority growth equity. We focus on two areas of direct
investing: first, we seek to be a lead investor in micro-cap investments, defined below, which
typically fall below the initial investment size of most institutional
portfolios. Second, we look to partner and co-invest with other institutional
investors in transactions with EBITDA greater than $4mm. Albion's strategy is
to grow its companies organically and through acquisition to a size which is
more appealing to institutional investors.
Lead Investments in Micro-Cap Deal
We define micro-cap deals as those involving businesses with EBITDA of
$0.5 million to $3 million. We focus on a variety of industries and transaction types but are particularly interested in situations which are presently smaller than most institutions would consider but have the potential to grow to a more efficient size. Albion's principals invest portions of their own capital in every lead transaction the firm pursues.
Albion currently manages capital commitments to private equity limited partnerships in over 50 private equity partnerships, including LBO funds, real estate funds,
mezzanine funds, venture capital funds, sector funds, community investment funds and distressed
Albion Investors has a history of making sound investment decisions by evaluating thousands
of investment opportunities and aggressively choosing those with the most promise for our
existing portfolio. The diversity of our investments is proof of
our commitment to evaluating a wide variety of industries to uncover unique investment opportunities.
When evaluating an opportunity, our professionals draw from decades
of experience as operators and investment professionals with deep experience in both debt and
equity markets. Albion brings a committed group of resources together to pursue investments in
the lower middle market with both flexibility and certainty.